Kendall Seal joined the ACLU of Kansas team in April 2020 and is Director of Advocacy.

Kendall previously served as the Vice President and General Counsel for the Women’s Foundation providing strategic counsel to appointed and elected officials across the bi-state region. Prior to the Women’s Foundation, he practiced law across southern and western Missouri, specializing in domestic violence and human trafficking law.
Kendall has extensive public service experience on civic boards and commissions. Seal was appointed and confirmed to the Missouri State University System Board of Governors in 2013. Then following civil unrest in Ferguson, MO, Seal served on the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights -- State Advisory Committee, which investigated the intersection of civil rights concerns and law enforcement practices over two years. 

Kendall earned his bachelor’s degree in political science from Missouri State University in 2004. Seal earned his juris doctorate from the University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Law in 2008 where he currently serves as an adjunct faculty member. In his spare time he enjoys running, biking and hanging out with his dog, Abby.